This heart-warming and witty fictional story explores the recent diagnosis of a child with Asperger’s Syndrome and how a family deal with it. In her debut novel, author Kirsten Hesketh shows great sensitivity to highlight Asperger’s in such a clever and witty way, is just pure brilliance and really draws the reader in … [Read more...] about Another Us by Kirsten Hesketh Book Review
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I decided to read a completely different genre of book this week called The American Crusade by Mark Spivak. This is a fictional story about America’s government and how they deal with a major attack from Islamic terrorists on American soil. Mark Spivak has written many books and is a well renowned and award winning … [Read more...] about The American Crusade by Mark Spivak Book Review
Texas based Don Hartshorn is an American author, freelance editor and volunteer mediator who loves to travel. His new book, The Guilty Die Twice, is his first - in what looks likely to be a series of books. This is potentially great news, especially if the follow up books are as riveting as this one! The Guilty Die … [Read more...] about The Guilty Die Twice by Don Hartshorn Book Review
If you haven't already read Contempt by Michael Cordell, then you must put this book at the top of your reading wish list. You most certainly won’t be disappointed, you'll just be left wanting to read more of the same exceptional writing. Michael Cordell is a novelist and playwright, who has had screenplays produced in … [Read more...] about Contempt by Michael Cordell Book Review
Thought I'd try a different genre of book this time and picked up Cold Killers by the author Lee Weeks. I guess it still runs along the lines of a thriller but more a crime fiction book not a psychological one, which is my usual read. None the less, Cold Killers is a really good book. The beginning of this book is … [Read more...] about Cold Killers by Lee Weeks Book Review